Ebony Stone creating a buzz

Saturday, July 21, 2018

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FAST-RISING dancehall singjay Ebony Stone is putting her promotion muscle behind her latest single, Weak Back .

Produced by Cornelius Records, the single will be officially released next Wednesday. It will be distributed by 21st Hapilos.

According to Ebony Stone, the song is a vibesy track for the females.

“It's all in good fun... it's them expressing themselves in a fun way. But in all seriousness, dem no want no man with no weak back,” she said.

Weak Back is doing the rounds on social media and in the streets.

“Weak Back is being well-received thus far. It has been creating a buzz on social media, and in the streets. Everyone who hears the song says they love that I step up and represent for the ladies,” said Ebony Stone.

An accompanying video is slated for release in September.

She also plans to release an EP in the last quarter of the year.

“I never stop working and right now I have a lot of things in the pipeline. So just look out for the name because there are a lot more things in store for my fans,” said Ebony Stone.

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